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Running Autoit Script as "SYSTEM" Usermode, or hiding From Task manager

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Is there anyway for my autoit script to either be completely excluded from task manager OR to make it run under the user name "SYSTEM" instead of my own user name?

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Is there anyway for my autoit script to either be completely excluded from task manager OR to make it run under the user name "SYSTEM" instead of my own user name?

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Run it as service , but why do you want/need this ?

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Oh just for testing purposes. Running it as a service will make it run as "SYSTEM" or it wont even show it under task manager?>

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Oh just for testing purposes. Running it as a service will make it run as "SYSTEM" or it wont even show it under task manager?>

testing purpose ?

Services are also shown in the taskmanager ....


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Oh just for testing purposes.

That doesn't sound very convincing...

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running it as a service, will not show it in taskmgr, unless the person looks under service manager.

Also, when you want to do something like this, it signifies molicious intent, which may be why you don't get to many answers.


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running it as a service, will not show it in taskmgr, unless the person looks under service manager.

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Why would it not show up in the Taskmanager ?

Also, when you want to do something like this, it signifies molicious intent, which may be why you don't get to many answers.

strong conclusion .

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Why would it not show up in the Taskmanager ?

go to control panel, administrative tools, and services.

Tell me, do all those show up in task manager?

BTW, that's using xp. not vista or anything else, though I think it's the same for 2k.

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go to control panel, administrative tools, and services.

Tell me, do all those show up in task manager?

Yes .... all shelled services programs are shown in the Task manager.

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